See the entrance requirements for pre-enrolling for one of our doctoral programmes here.
See the general admission criteria for one of our doctoral programmes here.
- Specific admission criteria of the doctoral programme
The degrees qualifying students for entrance to this doctoral programme must belong to the branches of knowledge of engineering and architecture or science, with a high educational content in mathematics, physics and/or chemistry (e.g. degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Technology Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Environmental Science, etc.).
- Complementary training
Depending on the subjects that students admitted to the doctoral programme have studied during their bachelor's and master's degrees, the Academic Committee will decide which bridging courses students must complete, up to a maximum of 24 credits from the bachelor's or master's degrees offered by the participating universities, with basic content in: - Mathematics differential equations, mathematical methods, numerical methods.
- Energy: combustion, heat transfer, energy sources, environmental impact.
- Fluid Mechanics: conservation equations, aerodynamics.
- Experimental techniques in sciences and engineering.
Other specific subjects to be determined by the Academic Committee
- Enrolment (online enrolment)
See how to enrol here.